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until election day. that is i for tod. have a great week and we'll see you next fox news sunday. >> searching for survivors. and bodies after a natural disaster atop one of the tallest places everywhere and governor romney kicking off a campaign swing for the presidential election, as the nominees fast approach the first of three debates. what do voters want to hear? i'm harris falkner, this is the fox report. >> . >> five days three tossups, and three that went for president obama four years ago
and a deadline now set, fed up with terrorists, everyday rib yeah and the government fighting back. and how the murder of four americans are prompting a dramatic new crackdown against rogue militias. also, this truck and the driver dangling over the edge. ♪ fox news is america's election headquarters and tonight, governor mitt romney getting ready to hold a rally in the key swing state of of colorado. colorado's 9 electoral votes crucial if the governor hopes to win in november. and part of a tour this week and ten days away from the first presidential debate. our steve centanni following the story for us tonight in washington. >> and mitt romney is diving into a flurry of battle ground, 9 in colorado and
three day stop in ohio and then on to virginia. carried by president obama four years ago. the candidates forging ahead even though the republicans say the campaign needs a turn around. and it it does not need a turn ard. and the g.o.p. chairman over the leaked video last week, he sees a silver lining. >> i think we can look back at last week as a campaign in a couple months and say this was the defining week in both campaigns, where i think both campaigns are crystallizing around a central theme, which is going to be what kind of future do we want for our kids and grandkids. >> and meantime, president obama is planning his own trip to ohio later on in the week after visiting the u.n. tomorrow and tuesday. and these campaign stops and swing states come just ten days ahead of the first presidential debate, and
today, the president's team playing the expectations game, giving romney the edge in those debates. >> and mitt romney, i think, has an advantage because he's been through 20 of these debates in the primaries over the last year. and he even bragged that he was declared the winner in 16 of those debates and i so, i think in that sense, having been through this much more recently than president obama, i think he starts with an advantage. >> and the polls show obama leading by a few points in many of the swing states though many are within the margin of error and the race could tighten further, harris. >> and now let's go to libya and the terror attack on the u.s. consulate that killed four americans. new details coming out showing the terrorists behind the assault may have known a lot more than previously thought. and here is what we know so far. the attack appears to have been coordinated well in advance and likely carried out as part after joint operation between two groups, the fbi, looking into whether it was an
inside job, and working now to find out just how much the terrorists really knew about our consulate and who was in there at the time of the hit. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge. >> on the sunday talk shows ahead of the house intelligence committee saying the terrorists seemed to know more than the consulate. >> and there is some indication they may have known that the ambassador was there or in the area at the time of the attack, but 9/11 is probably more important to that equation than even the the be ambassador. >> as for the libyan security forces melted away when the attack unfolded, an intelligence source on the ground in libya telling that 100 militants attacked the consulate adding one thing for sure, the 17th brigade was nowhere to be found and the americans were left on their own in the assault on the stevens' compound and the evidence points to a joint oranges between the al-qaeda affiliate in north african and ansar al sharia.
and it supports the establishment of an islam state. as for the catalyst, the head of the house intelligence committee saying there's no strong evidence the amateurish video clip on youtube prompted the benghazi assault. last monday fox news was first to report there was no sizable demonstration at the consulate when the attack unfolded. it was not a demonstration that led out of control that led to the attack. the chairman. house committee state that had today. >> i see no information showing there was a protest going on as you've seen around any other embassy. it was clearly designed to be an attack. >> the washington in not commenting, but agents are on the ground in libya. >> let's stay with libya just a moment, something maybe two people could have seen coming, a slip there in the violence, now it's aimed at the extremists behind the terror attack that killed our ambassador and other three
americans, libya's president, ordered all rogue, unregistered militias to disband by tuesday. and civilian protesters angry over the attack on the u.s. consulate stormed the militia compound and set fire to some of the buildings and remember, we showed you that on fox report last night. we're told if the militias do not comply with the libyan president's order, the libyan army will use force to take them out. our greg palkot is in libya streaming live now from the the capital city of tripoli. greg, how real is this militia crackdown and how significant? >> harris, so far it seems to be working and authorities tell us here in tripoli, for example, today authorities, security forces round out the rogue militia from one base and comes back to the dramatic scenes we've been seeing earlier this week from the eastern libyan city of benghazi and storming the compounds here and this is what many people have wanted after helping to topple gaddafi last year, and some of these militants, some of these
islamic have stayed in power and capped off the force with attack on the u.s. consulate and some have remained and skeptical about the and think it might be a trick by the militants and maybe a tactical retreat. >> how has it had an impact on the consulate. >> the fallout could be good for the investigation into the killing, the word we're getting tonight from benghazi, things are calm there and authorities are in control. the fbi team, which is come into this country, in tripoli, this might now allow them to get over to benghazi and the crime scene. still, it remains that suspects might simply scatter. for example, fox news quoting intelligence sources last week, a militant with al-qaeda ties, could have played a major role in the killing of
the ambassador. and the head of a militia in one eastern libyan city, that militia disbanded this weekend and militia members have fled. >> harris: so, greg, we know how the libyan citizens are expressing how they feel about the militias, what is their opinion of us, the americans in their country? >> well, we heard in that rally on friday, in benghazi, and led to the storm of the compound some real support for american sorrow for the loss of the ambassador and i have heard that and we have he heard that on the street from the libyans in the past couple of days. the problem is, what people are watching is, if and when the u.s. decides possibly to take some more aggressive action in this country against those thought to be responsible for the killing of ambassador stevens and others, there could be some fallout from that. some flashback from that, back to you, harris. >> more to come on this, greg palkot on the job for us in that country, libya, greg,
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whop two-thirds of our economy and that's why wall street will be watching closely this week. when the latest consumer spending numbers are released, it's just one of several important indications due out this week that could provide a valuable look at health, the true health of the economy and it could also shake up your 401(k). senior business correspondent and anchor of bulls and bears, brenda buttner has more. >> harris, what's the health of the economy this week? we find out by looking at you. reports on your confidence and what you are doing with your wallet are the big numbers out. really big. >> and consumer spending makes up two-thirds of all economic activity. so what you take out of your pocket terms how fast the economy will take off. most predictions are, you're still cautious and not all that confident, and consumer spending forecasts predict americans likely increase purchases by about 1/2 a percent in august. now, normally it's not a horrible number, but the headline high is a darker picture. much of that was publicly spent at the pump and gas
prices spiked last month and that kind of spending doesn't do much for the economy. and also spending is expected to outpace income growth, as it has for some time. so you're probably taking the extra bucks out of savings. going deeper in debt. and wall street is certainly watching all of this. the bull taking a bit after breather last week, the broad market the one most likely in your 401(k), fell. reports on housing could help give the bulls a boost. the prices expected to bounce off the the bottom and sales could be up, too. all of which makes you feel a little wealthier. but, we likely need more than a floor on the housing market to keep the markets in rally mode, as uncertainty goes up with the election drawing near. harris, back to you. >> harris: brenda, thank you very much. some 1,000 pastors nationwide are preparing to deliver a sermon the irs may not want to hear. they're trying to draw attention to a 1954 tax code that prohibits tax exempt organizations like churches
from engaging in political endorsement. a group known as alliance of freedom, is challenging that, preachers right for free speech and members plan to take to the pulpit next month to preach politics ahead of the november elections. they're hoping their defiance will prompt the courts to consider their beef with the irs. >> well, hours from now a controversial new ad will be on display around america's largest city. while the message and timing of its release here in new york is raising some eyebrows with people, others say it's a debut, is a victory for the first amendment. we report, you decide. stay with us. does your phone give you all day battery life ?
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>> in the world of sports tonight. a couple of crime stories, in massachusetts, a wild situation for a youth football league. their former treasurer is accused of stealing $80,000 from the league and taking off to another country. james disappeared before he was set to go on trial and turns out he's in the united arab emirates and his attorney claims he went to the middle east because he couldn't find a job here. and conveniently, a country that does not have an extradition policy with the u.s. and accused of wrongfully obtaining a debt card and the league for years. and check it out, the winding road of steps police say this guy took, and that's what you'll find on the website. an update now on that stalking case we first told, but on fox report last night. about a kid's baseball coach, says stalking a rival coach and now the alleged victim speaking out. john reardon says the reported
harassment involves text messages and pictures of him and his family and the man he says is behind it all, 35-year-old, who is a little league coach. police arrested him. >> i started receiving text messages of pictures of myself and my son in front of our house. and obviously taken without us knowing they were taken. a picture of me at the bus stop saying i'm going to pick up at the bus stop for you, and to me that's when it went over the line. >> harris: and he's facing 20 counts of aggravated harassment and one count of stalking and police say he's been carrying a grudge since an argument at a tournament last spring. new comments about the controversial ad that debuts in new york city. and police will see it on subway stations across the city and what the ad says about some in the islamic faith, concerns are it could spark violence in the united states and anna kooiman is looking into it, and giving us a first look at the ad. >> we certainly are and the
controversial ads are going up in ten subway stations in and around new york city and read, in any war, any war between the civilized man and the savage, support civilized man. support israel, defeat jihad and muslim activists believe it's hate speech and believe innocent muslims in america are going to be targeted. >> this will give more harm regardless which-- >> the ones behind the ad say they were timing before the controversies around the world. an outspoken blogger, she is he' been in the headline before. headed a campaign two years ago to block the construction of an islamic center near the site of ground zero and she says she's not against all muslims, just extremism. >> the fascination of ambassador stevens was
savagery, any war on the innocent civilian is savagery, there's tens of thousands rockets going from gaza into southern israel targeting schools and homes. the bus being blown up in bulgaria. >> some metropolitan transportation authority who runs the subway, tried to block the ads from going up. but she sued and the court found the mta regulations on noncommercial ads violated the first amendment. the ads had run on bus ins san francisco and filed suit in washington d.c. where officials have prevented them from running on the metro system and they will be up for about a month here in new york. >> harris: anna kooiman, good to see you. thank you very much. dozens of people on one of the tallest mountains in the world when tragedy hits. some of them are missing, reports others are dead. what we're learning what happened at 23,000 feet. and also, governor mitt romney
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the shiite-led government. bahra bahrain. [gunshots] >> america and 30 other countries in the largest joint naval exercise in the middle east. they're practicing how to counter the threat of min mines that could take out our ships. a very public warning to iran which has threatened to shut the entrance to the gulf hormuz, a critical shipping lane. it would likely use mines to do that. china, the 2012 u.s. water ski show world tour. the two day spectacle held in east china and water skiers from the two countries setting a world record for a human pyramid with 55 skiers. that's a wrap on the fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. >> i'm harris falkner, this is the fox report. it's the bottom of the hourment time for the top of the news. new details emerging as the fbi investigation, and killed
four americans including the u.s. ambassador and learning about the attack in benghazi was coordinated in advance and likely a joint operation. investigators looking into whether or not it was an inside job and if the attackers knew more about our consulates than just the layout. and the militias, inside libya seems to be behind that attack are now disbanding and being told to. libya's president giving the extremist group 48 hours to dissolve and violent protests from civilians angry will the murder of the four americans and they're using force. >> let's get back to politics now, and governor mitt romney and his campaign on the move, set to cover some major ground in three key states over the next five days, the governor will visit colorado, ohio, virginia, all states won by president obama in 2008. mr. romney first stopped tonight in denver, where he is giving, or at a rally.
ed rollins is former campaign director for the reagan-bush team in 1984 and a fox contributor, a special guest. >> a pleasure, how are you. >> harris: i'm great. the swing states that the president won in 2008, when you you look at the polls, up or down for either gentlemen is tight for the margins. >> extremely close races. last time the president won them all. nine in play swing states he won every one. in order for romney to basically get to 270 electoral votes he has to winnowo, has to win florida, he has to win virginia and basically win north carolina and something else and maybe it's colorado, maybe it's an iowa, maybe it's new hampshire to get to 270, but if he doesn't winn ohio and doesn't win virginia or florida the likelihood of getting to 270 is very
difficult. >> harris: let's talk about the mood among the electorate in some of the states. 7 of 11 key states, the unemployment rate went up in the last month. didn't see at that widely reported, we had it here on the fox report. how much trouble could that spell for the current president? >> it could cause a lot of trouble. it could cause a lot of trouble, particularly we have one more monthly numbers before the election and if those are severe as they were last month, it reminds people of that failure on that economic front. you know, i think that romney's going to try to make this campaign about leadership, and who can lead the economy back to a place to create jobs, and certainly, you've got a lot of uncertainty in the foreign policy arena that obviously you don't want to sit and second guess the president every day, only need one president at a time, but needless to say still has effect. >> for those of us keeping score and i am one of them, over the past week alone. mr. romney attended five public events and three rallies and more than a dozen, as i mentioned he's in
colorado and critics inside his own party say they're not seeing enough of him. what are the concerns. >> if you live in one of the nine states, wall to wall commercial froms both sides and you actually see both candidates and the vice-presidential candidates. if you live in california, or new york, or texas, you probably won't see a candidate, there's probably 30 states that have been written off to one side or the other side, and probably eight or nine very, very competitive. >> with the exessential of a huge weekend of fund raising by governor romney this weekend, in fact, some people were scratching his heads, what is he doing in california, well, he raised 6 million dollars at an event yesterday. why go to a state where you know you possibly can't win. >> you'll not see that with the exception of fund raising and those fund raising states are texas, are new york, are california. . >> harris: and let's talk about something you just mentioned though, if you're not in one of the battle ground states, as a voter what do you do. >> you basically almost don't see a campaign. the only part of the campaign you see is what you watch on fox news or something else.
>> harris: is it still important for whom you vote? >> absolutely, it's critical who you vote for, there are senate races and gubernatorial races and congressional races. unfortunately we're down to a point where it's eight or nine states that matter in the presidential, the rest are pretty much decided one way or the other and one more thing, we begin this week where we had the early voting. and literally, 30% or a third of all people who vote, will vote early or absentee battle. critical. >> and some will vote before the debate or won't see the final ads or on the trail. instead of old days make it to election day and every effort get your vote on election day, today, a third of the vote have already voted. >> harris: and what advantage could governor romney have in terms of that. >> in one sense, i don't think there's a great advantage to his side. it's all about having good absentee ballot, get out the vote efforts. president obama had an
extraordinary effort last night and republicans have worked hard to try and catch up. >> harris: and some people have lost some intensity for mr. obama. >> the interesting thing, the intensity is start to go come back and last week and ten days, picked up in the polls and intensity of his voters is watching up to what the republicans are. >> harris: you mentioned ten, operative number, ten days away from the debate. and some analysts say a shift, what type of shift could we see in the campaign. >> romney had a rough couple of weeks, would i expect in the next week or, two, much better and he has to give a couple of big speeches one on foreign policy and economic policy and everywhere he goes he's got to make his case that convince people he can do the job more effectively than the president. >> harris: ed rollins, good to see you. >> my pleasure, thank you. >> harris: will hillary clinton run for president in 2016? her husband, former bill clinton was asked that
question today and mr. clinton saying in an interview, he has no idea whether or not secretary of state clinton will take a shot at the white house, but adds it's her decision and cannot think of anyone better for the job. >> i've never met anybody i thought was any better than her at this. again,s we've got a lot of able people in our party that want to be president, never a shortage of people that want to be president. >> harris: and secretary clinton expects to leave after president obama wins a second election, if he does. and she says she has no interest, and she lost to president obama in 2008. terrifying moments on a hot air balloon. the move the pilot tried to make, when something went very wrong and no one would want to be stuck next to this guy. he's in the driver's seat. you could be his lucky passenger. what's the story? stay with us. tçtçtçtçtç@@@
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a hot air balloon plunges into the rio grande when the pilot tries something fancy on this trip across america. new mexico, eight people on board, when it hit the water. southwest of be albecurque, three people are going to be okay. they went through rough terrain to get them. a flash and dash of maneuver, where it skims the water before it goes back into the sky. michigan, officials fearing overcrowding emergency at genesee county jail in flint. so severe they're releasing 175 prisoners early to help ease the swelling prison population and the county sheriff say those who have served most of their sentences or who have low bond will be let go. illinois, four rival chicago street gangs declaring a one
they lost the control of the vehicle and skidded over the guardrail and he sat in that truck for nearly a half hour before passersby tossed him a welcome rope and pulled him into safety pt and those were strong passersby as well. look how far down he was. we understand he's going to be okay. >> at a time when people are having a hard time finding work, even high school students are putting off college to make big money. alicia acuna has more. >> reporter: last year, the school district also purchased two four-plex apartment building. >> school superintendent viola leases apartments to newly hired teachers at a time when it's hard to find affordable places for rent. school in north dakota increased for three years in a
row, bringing waves of oil and gas workers to the rural area. >> and they find that long-term employees that stick with them the longest, the ones that that their families here. >> lafontaine's team is racing to keep up. and reopening a school closed in 1999. . and they can have that stuck in-- >> the budget based on the the previous year's head count, and growth. >> sometimes i think when you're in the oil boom community that everybody has money and the schools have money. that's not so. >> the population is showing an uptick among youngers workers. >> young people are seeing more career opportunities in nor north carolina. >> and it can sound like a more lucrative than school. and calls come in from out of state guidance counselors. and they say once we tell our students to stay in school.
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correspondent carl cameron with that campaign and carl, the governor went back to brief reporters on the plane which is pretty rare. what did he say? >> oh, every once in a while. this is an opportunity for him to come back before the debate coming up. governor romney and senator rob portman his debate sparring partner. mr. portman talked a little about ohio, but romney on camera and-- (inaudible) the auto industry whether it's on taxes or social issues, what he, the president saying about my position is simply untrue. mr. romney says the president falsely accuses him of wanting the auto industry to be liquidated and he says nothing further from the truth. and romney says that inaccurate, on the social issues he was referring to mr. romney said the president has cast him as oppose today
owe borings even in incest and life of the mother and says it's wrong accusing the president of trying to school voters to thinking that romney's belief and we asked romney about his trailing in a whole number of battle ground states lightly and he says polls are likely to change and go up and down and his answer about whether or not he's campaigning in-- he's carefully on the debate ten days from now and he's in denver tonight where the debate will happen a week and a half from now, as they put an awful lot on it. they think that the debate could be absolute critical moment of this campaign and an opportunity not only for romney to perhaps get off back on offense, but regain some momentum. sole the debate for four straight weeks until october and three presidential and one vice-presidential debates, harris. >> harris: and you know,
you're talking about the intenseity ahead of the debates. i was speaking with ed rollins earlier on the fox report hour and asked him about the the fact that the labor department says that the unemployment rate in deswing states have gone up and and any indication how much the economy will be a part of what the governor says at the rally and getting a taste of what he'll be talking about in the debates as well. >> oh, sure, he's fleshing out a more comprehensive approach in the campaign, it will be focused on jobs and the economy and obama record, but mr. romney is trying to take a more broad approach and more policy and some other issues and essentially make the argument to vote to reelect mr. obama is a vote for the status quo. we don't need four more years, the last four years, and reference the president has not fully realized hope and changed that he promised, could not be in mr. obama's
own words in washington. and mr. romney is marrying that with the inability to get the job done in the nation's capital and the argument that he want today do 14 years ago redistributing the wealth. >> harris: i talked about the schedule earlier on fox report, that governor romney had. the public events five in the past week alone, three rallies and now of course with tonight in colorado, and some fundraisers, tell me a little about what tonight will have on the schedule for people who are attending? >> well, colorado a battle ground state and mr. romney targeted in recent months as one of the ones he'd like to win and colorakohl president ob care anied 2000-- carried in 2008. and first trip to colorado in seven weeks, a long time to be abse absent, and one targeted victory in.
and this is part of sort of pick up the pace a little bit. the tempo of the race, by the fund raising. and romney first republican candidate had to raise cash during the presidential election is richard nixon and president obama is the first incumbent president to essentially blow off-- the first candidate to do it during 2008 and why romney spent little time on the campaign trail raising the money and run the ads. and that mr. romney suggested... won't start spending money until campaigning the money he's raising for. >> i had red 6 million dollar at one event. and we don't call him campaign carl for nothing, getting off the plane and giving us fresh information from the gaggle of reporters that governor rom
you any talked with. thank you very much. >> thanks, harris. >> harris: some wild finishes around the nfl. can you say overtime three times fast? pete slaychrader will sit next o me on home base next. ♪ [ malennouncer ] the first look...is only the beginning. ♪ ♪ introducing a stunning work of technology. ♪ introducing the entirely new lexus es. and the first ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection.
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my goodness. well, if you like exciting finishes, it was your lucky day. and three overtimes, crunch. and great day in the nfl. pete schrader is worn out. you said were you breathing heavily. >> and the one o'clock game ended about five o'clock and all of the games were in overtime. fantastic, three incredible finishes, all of them going to overtime and winning in the last final kick. >> harris: okay, you have the titans and maybe detroit. and it was tight. >> 44-41. a lot of points in this one. titans hadn't won a game all season and came up clutch and stopped the the lions, win 44-41. and an overtight with the titans down apparently. and-- >> i didn't say it. >> and you didn't have to. the saints. >> saints haven't won a game yet. a team that always wins at home and second game of three in the home series, 0 for 3. worst team in the nfl right
now, losing to the chiefs. and located in new york, every now and then when a new york team plays, they watch in the news room. people were apoplectic when watching the jets game, a big old donut. >> and the jets find a way and win it, and a lot of flak in new york, almost especially from me, now 2-1, first place. >> harris: and before i let you go. the eagles. >> they went down to arizona looking for a win and cardinals get the win and blow out the eagles and arizona cardinals are 3-0, the first time since 1974. >> harris: what is the story with the eagles? >> all right, four turnovers and got to get the ball in order and 2-1 and doing fine. >> harris: you know what i love? and we saw this actually with manning last week, for the giants. he had 510 yards, a lot of yards and unfortunately going the wrong way down the field.